A Dundee couple are still searching for their beloved dog after it ran away while being walked and was apparently hit by a car.
Bear the Jack Russell cross, who is one-and-a-half years old, was taken out by his dog walker on Friday afternoon when something spooked him in a park near Dundee and Angus College and he ran off.
He remains missing and search efforts have been continuing on Monday.
He is then said to have been hit by a car on the A90 Dundee to Aberdeen road at the traffic lights at the Forfar Road junction, before running up the route in the direction of Stobsmuir Pond and Morgan Academy.
Owners Zoe Forbes and Graham Lawson of Dundee are now frantically searching for their beloved dog in the area.
Facebook group Missing Pets, Dundee and Angus is providing updates on the search.
Bear was last spotted on Barnes Avenue.
The group posted: “Since sighting at Barnes Avenue gardens, we have set up his crate with our clothes, food and water.
“People are sitting nearby in case he shows, there are still people out looking and someone at each home he knows in case he makes his way back.
“Please still keep and eye out for him as if he is on the move he may be going towards Balgay Park or to the Charleston Area.”
Speaking last Friday Miss Forbes said: “He was with his dog walker. we were at work, he just disappeared. He just disappeared going out to do the toilet. He never runs off, he is always at everyone’s feet.
“He was in a park down near Dundee and Angus College near the Kingsway. He just ran off. We heard he got hit by a car near the Forfar Road traffic lights junction.
“He was last seen heading up towards Pitkerro and the Swannie Ponds. He is very friendly, very well-natured.
“If anyone sees him if they could just grab him. Our number is also on his collar.”